I’m a graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in Illustration and a lifetime of scribbling and oddball humor under my belt. I’ve been working with Photoshop in various incarnations for about a decade. Over the past few months, though, GIMP has become my go-to tool for digital painting, with Photoshop for initial scans and clean-up.
I love the digital workflow for its flexibility, but in this era of special effects, I strive to keep a painterly look to my images. Computers don’t make art by themselves, any more than oil paints do. It’s the human mind and human hand–and a bit of magic–that make images that can make a viewer laugh, excite them, or inspire them.
So if you need a bit of magic for your next project, drop me a line.